The deputies asked the CCU to consider the complaint within one month.
A group of deputies of the Verkhovna Rada on Friday, may 24, appealed to the constitutional court the decree of President Vladimir Zelensky on the dissolution of Parliament. As transfers the Internet edition of the Chronicle.the info, reported by the MP from the popular front Andrei Teteruk, the TV channel Direct.
“As of today we can say that a group of deputies in the number of 62 people have addressed with the corresponding claim in the constitutional court of Ukraine with the aim to challenge the unconstitutional decree of the President”, — he said.
“We believe the rule of law the most important principle of our state,” — said Teteruk.
The deputies asked to consider the complaint within one month.
As you know, Zelensky has signed the decree about dissolution of Parliament on may 21. The Supreme court of Ukraine has already received three complaints about this decision.
It should be noted that the courts will not be able to cancel the presidential decree, but only to determine its legality.
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